North American Snowfall Summary for 2017/2018- ©Liam Doran

Reflecting (literally) on the steeps at Taos, which are enough to lure pro skier, Sierra Quitiquit from her local Utah.

Copyright: Liam Doran

The 2017/2018 ski and ride season is officially over for 99 percent of the ski resorts across North America. Looking back, OnTheSnow gathered a total of 48,836 snow reports from 391 U.S. and Canadian ski resorts from opening day to the final pond skim. That's a lot of snow data.

So what the hell happened? Which ski resorts got the most snow? We've crunched the numbers (no picnic) and compiled the results. To make the aforementioned data digestible, we've kept our results to the top 10 snowfall totals in each of the following categories: holiday snowfall; one-day, seven-day, 30-day; seasonal and deepest base depth. Note: snow reports are seasonal and filed only from a given resort's opening day to closing day. 

Scroll through the infographic below for a tell-all snowfall summary of the 2017/2018 ski season.

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Sierra Quitiquit - © Liam Doran
Riding the lift on a perfect fall day.  - © Liam Doran
Tired, hungry and de-hydrated, Kyle Sul and Max Kuszaj take it all in.  - © Liam Doran
Snowbird athlete Ben Wheeler - © Liam Doran

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